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    by George Freund on January 10, 2014 at 8:07 AM
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    Fahrenheit 451 is a 1966 science fiction drama film directed by François Truffaut and starring Oskar Werner, Julie Christie, and Cyril Cusack. Based on the 1953 novel of the same name by Ray Bradbury, the film is about an oppressive future in which a fireman, whose duty it is to destroy all books, begins to question his task.[3] This was Truffaut's first color film[4] as well as his only English-language film. At the 1966 Venice Film Festival, Fahrenheit 451 was nominated for the Golden Lion.


    In the future, a totalitarian government employs a force known as Firemen to seek out and destroy all literature, permitting them to search anyone, anywhere, at any time. One of the Firemen, Guy Montag (Oskar Werner), meets one of his neighbors, Clarisse (Julie Christie), a 20-year-old schoolteacher whose job is hanging by a thread due to her unorthodox views. The two have a discussion about his job, where she asks if he ever reads the books he burns. Curious, he begins to hide books in his house, and begins reading them, starting with Charles Dickens' David Copperfield. This leads to conflict with his wife, Linda, who is more concerned with being popular enough to be a member of The Family, an interactive television program that refers to its viewers as "cousins".

    At the house of a book collector, the captain (Cyril Cusack) talks with Montag at length about how books change people and make them want to be better than others, which is considered anti-social. The book collector, a middle-aged woman who was seen with Clarisse a few times during Montag's rides to and from work, refuses to leave her house, opting instead to burn herself and the house so she can die with her books. Returning home that day, Montag tries to tell Linda and her friends about the woman who martyred herself in the name of books and calls them out on knowing nothing about what's going on in the world, calling them "zombies" and telling them they're just "killing time" instead of living life. Disturbed over Montag's behavior, Linda's friends try to leave, but Montag stops them by forcing them to sit and listen to a novel passage. During the reading, one of Linda's friends breaks down crying, now fully aware of the feelings she repressed over the years, while Linda's other friends leave in disgust over Montag's alleged cruelty and the "sick" content of the novel. That night, Montag dreams of Clarisse as the book collector who killed herself. That same night, Clarisse's house is raided, but she escapes through a trapdoor in the roof thanks to her uncle. Montag breaks into the captain's office looking for information about the missing Clarisse, and is caught, but not punished.

    Montag meets with Clarisse and helps her break back into her house to destroy papers that would bring the Firemen to others like her. She tells him of the "book people," a hidden sect of people who flout the law, each of whom have memorized a single book to keep it alive. Later, Montag tells the captain he is resigning, but is convinced to go on one more call, which turns out to be Montag's own house. Linda leaves the house, telling Montag that she couldn't live with his book obsession anymore and leaves him to be punished by the Firemen. Angrily, he destroys the bedroom and television before setting fire to the books. The captain lectures him about the books, and pulls a last book from Montag's coat, for which Montag kills him. He escapes and finds the book people, where he views his "capture" on television, staged to keep the masses entertained and because the government doesn't want him alive. Montag selects a book to memorize, Tales of Mystery & Imagination by Edgar Allan Poe, and becomes one of them.

  • The Sandy Hook Rampage Movie FULL MOVIE
    by George Freund on January 15, 2013 at 2:52 PM
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    Using photos, audio, and news clips, This video will prove without a doubt that the events which took place on December 14, 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary was all set up, planned 2years ago, and recently received training from FEMA. The character's name "Evan Drince" is an anagram of "Can Never ID".

    by Conspiracy Cafe on December 29, 2013 at 2:49 PM
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    When American Sheriffs state they support the Constitution over and above the law, this is a prime example. Children were taken from their parents in the politically correct manner of the day. They were put in re-education camps. This happened in Australia. It happened in Canada too. It could happen any time anywhere to you. That is why the Bill of Rights and a Constitution with God given rights is so important. It is a long way home after the event. These girls were masters of escape and evasion. NEVER AGAIN. Stand up against tyranny. It is your sacred duty.


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    Rabbit-Proof Fence is a 2002 Australian drama film directed by Phillip Noyce based on the book Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence by Doris Pilkington Garimara. It is based on a true story concerning the author's mother, as well as two other mixed-race Aboriginal girls, who ran away from the Moore River Native Settlement, north of Perth, Western Australia, to return to their Aboriginal families, after having been placed there in 1931. The film follows the Aboriginal girls as they walk for nine weeks along 1,500 miles (2,400 km) of the Australian rabbit-proof fence to return to their community at Jigalong, while being pursued by a white authority figure and an Aboriginal tracker.

    The soundtrack to the film, called Long Walk Home: Music from the Rabbit-Proof Fence, is by Peter Gabriel. British producer Jeremy Thomas, who has a long connection with Australia, was executive producer of the film, selling it internationally through his sales arm, HanWay Films.


    Set in Western Australia during the 1930s, the film begins in the remote town of Jigalong, where three children live with their mother and grandmother. They are the sisters, 14-year-old Molly and 8-year-old Daisy, and their 10-year-old cousin Gracie. The town lies along the northern part of Australia's rabbit-proof fence, which runs for several thousand miles.

    Thousands of miles away, the "protector" of Western Australian Aborigines, A. O. Neville, signs an order to relocate the three girls to his re-education camp. The children are referred to by Neville as "half-castes", because they have one white and one Aboriginal parent. Neville's reasoning is portrayed as: the Aboriginal peoples of Australia are a danger to themselves, and the "half-castes" must be bred out of existence. He plans to place the girls in a camp where they, along with all half-castes of that age range, will grow up. They will then presumably become labourers and servants to white families, regarded as a "good" situation for them in life. Eventually if they marry, it will be to white people and thus the Aboriginal "blood" will diminish. As such, the children are forcibly taken from Jigalong and taken to camp at the Moore River Native Settlement, in the south.

    Molly, Gracie, and Daisy decide to escape the camp and walk back home to Jigalong. An Aboriginal tracker, Moodoo, is called in to find them. However, the girls are well trained in disguising their tracks. They evade Moodoo several times, receiving aid from strangers in the harsh Australian country they travel. They eventually find the rabbit-proof fence, knowing they can follow it north to Jigalong. Neville soon figures out their strategy and sends Moodoo and a local constable, Riggs, after them. Although he is an experienced tracker, Moodoo is unable to find them.

    Map of the rabbit-proof fence showing the trip from Moore River to Jigalong.

    Neville spreads word that Gracie's mother is waiting for her in the town of Wiluna. The information finds its way to an Aboriginal traveller who "helps" the girls. He tells Gracie about her mother and says they can get to Wiluna by train, causing her to break off from the group and attempt to catch a train to Wiluna. Molly and Daisy soon walk after her and find her at a train station. They are not reunited, however, as Riggs appears and Gracie is recaptured. The betrayal is revealed by the Constable, who tells the man he will receive a shilling for his help. Knowing they are powerless to aid her, Molly and Daisy continue on. In the end, after a harsh long journey, the two sisters make it home and go into hiding in the desert with their mother and grandmother


    The film's epilogue shows recent footage of Molly and Daisy. Molly explains that Gracie has died and she never returned to Jigalong. Molly also tells us of her own two daughters; she and they were taken from Jigalong back to Moore River. She managed to escape with one daughter, Annabelle, and once again, she walked the length of the fence back home. However, when Annabelle was 3 years old, she was taken away once more, and Molly never saw her again. In closing, Molly says that she and Daisy "... are never going back to that place."

    by George Freund on July 2, 2012 at 10:12 AM
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    Does history repeat? Are there parallels with today? Watch and find out. The powerful can never be destroyed. They walk in league with the fools who know not. An unbeatable combination if there ever was one. LOL. Political correctness keeps this one in the banned film library. They know we're Sodom and Gomorrah.

  • Jade Helm 15 Is Martial Law in The USA, ...
    by George Freund on March 30, 2015 at 9:57 PM
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    Posted on March 26, 2015 by Nate B in Civil War II, Cold War II, Featured, Nate B


    Russian soldiers have been coming in through Canada for months, infiltrating parts of our entire country. They have spread far and wide waiting for the order. The latest move by the USA to arm Ukraine has pushed Russia too far, and Russia’s response will be quick and severe. Recently a Texas Secessionist asked Russia for help, as it turns out their “help” might be coming to life. Russia plans to arm insurgents in the USA, specifically in the states of;  California, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado and Wyoming. This move by Russia is under the guise of arming Mexico. They plan to “supply weapons to guerrillas in those states”. Now it is no coincidence that the USA is responding to these threats with a “realistic” two month-long military drill which is called Jade Helm 15. The purposes of this drill are in question, one reason being the oddity of the length of the drill. The drills begin in Texas which according to the Obama administration is ‘hostile’, and have expanded to Florida and Mississippi. According to our military source, these are not just drills. Texas will be the first state to be under martial law, and the military needs to be fully prepared to take control of the cities and counties at a moments notice for a widespread full on lock-down scenario.  Furthering proof is the newly found ‘Death Domes’ that are popping up all across Texas. These Death Domes are dual use shelters, they are not just for storms. These domes are the perfect induction sites for the thousands that will be bused to their locations, because US citizens will arrive in droves under the declaration of martial law.

    “EDNA, Tex. (AP) — Most of the time, the windowless building with the dome-shaped roof will be a typical high school gymnasium filled with cheering fans watching basketball and volleyball games. But come hurricane season, the structure will double as a shelter from the weather, part of an ambitious storm-defense system that is taking shape along hundreds of miles of the Texas coast. Its rugged construction, including double-layer cinder-block walls reinforced by heavy-duty steel bars and cement piers that plunge 30 feet into the ground, should allow it to withstand winds up to 200 miles per hour.” -MORE

    UPDATE: US Troops To Infiltrate Society

    The following slide show is filled with compiled videos that we have made, these are video reports regarding the growing tension between Russian and the US.

    The other daunting fact that raises much concern is that the border of the United States is being virtually overrun with illegals, and to this day is still wide open. This raises concern about Russia’s allegiance with Obama. The hidden relationship, how else would Russian and Foreign troops be entering our country so easily? The reason for their invasion is because foreign troops will run the FEMA camps. Where the powers that be will house American dissidents in the event of Martial Law. Those dissidents include Christians, Revolutionaries (not to be confused with the agenda following insurgents), and anyone who disagrees with the regime and the powers that be. FEMA camps all across this country are beginning to come to life, and now Russia has planned a deadly move upon the shores of the Unites States Of America.

    This move by Russia is following the response path of “an eye for an eye”. Historically America annexed the now US states of California, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado and Wyoming.

    The Jade Helm 15 map is identical to the map that Russia is planning to “liberate through insurgency”. Such proving that Jade Helm 15 is not a drill Russia To Start A Civil War within the USA.

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    by George Freund on May 20, 2014 at 9:24 PM
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    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (often called Mahatma Gandhi in India) was assassinated on 30 January 1948, shot at close range by Nathuram Godse. Gandhi was outside on the steps of a building where a prayer meeting was going to take place. He was surrounded by a part of his family and some followers when three gunshots killed him. Prior to his death, there had been five unsuccessful attempts to kill Gandhi, the first occurring in 1934.


    After a previous failed attempt to assassinate Gandhi at the Birla House Nathuram Godse and Narayan Apte returned to Pune via Mumbai (Bombay). With the help of Dattatraya Parchure and Gangadhar Dandavate, Nathuram Vinayak Godse and Narayan Apte purchased a Beretta and reached Delhi on 29 January 1948, checking into the retiring room No. 6 at Delhi Railway Station where they chalked out the plan for his assassination.


    Day of assassination

    Godse approached Gandhi on January 30, 1948 during the evening prayer at 5:17 pm. When Godse bowed, one of the girls flanking and supporting Gandhi, Abha Chattopadhyay, said to Godse, "Brother, Bapu is already late" and tried to put him off, but he pushed her aside and shot Gandhi in the chest three times at point-blank range with a Beretta M 1934 semi-automatic pistol chambered in .380 ACP bearing the serial number 606824. Gandhi died almost immediately. Godse himself shouted "police" and surrendered himself.

    Gandhi's last words

    The First Information Report (FIR) filed by Shri Nand Lal Mehta shows that the last words of Gandhi were Hey... Raam (which translates into "Oh God", Ram being one of the Hindu deities). There has been no explanation of why he was not rushed to the hospital and was instead taken to Birla House, where he later died.

    ...People were standing on both the sides and approximately three feet of vacant space was left for the Mahatma to pass through. As per the custom the Mahatma greeted the people with folded hands. He had barely covered six or seven steps when a person whose name I learnt later as Narayan Vinayak Godse, resident of Poona, stepped closer and fired three shots from a pistol at the Mahatma from barely 2 / 3 feet distance which hit the Mahatma in his stomach and chest and blood started flowing. Mahatma ji fell backwards, uttering "Hey-Raam". Nand Lal Mehta

    — in the First Information Report recorded on 30 January 1948, at 9.45 pm

    The last words uttered by Mohandas Gandhi have been a matter of debate. Venkita Kalyanam, former personal assistant to Gandhi, said that he was present at the spot and that Gandhi said "Oh God." His secretary, Pyarelal, quoted his last words as "Ram Ram". Gandhi had given a speech nine months before the assassination saying "Even if I am killed, I will not give up repeating the names of Ram and Rahim, which mean to me the same God." According to Nathuram Godse Gandhi just said "uhhh."

    Trial and justice

    All of those involved in the crime were arrested and tried in a trial that attracted plenty of media attention. Those convicted were either executed or served their complete sentences.


    Some of the arrests were high-profile such as the arrest of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar.

    Trials and convictions

    The Accused were put on trial at Peterhoff, Shimla which housed the Punjab High Court. Savarkar was acquitted and set free due to lack of evidence. Nathuram Godse and Narayan Apte were sentenced to death by hanging. Gopal Godse was sentenced to life in prison.


    Violent incidents took place in Pune, the hometown of Nathuram Godse. Violent incidents occurred in other parts of India as well.

    by George Freund on September 4, 2013 at 11:05 AM
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    They Live is a 1988 American science fiction film written and directed by John Carpenter. It follows a nameless drifter referred to as "Nada", who discovers the ruling class are in fact aliens managing human social affairs through the use of a signal on top of the TV broadcast, concealing their appearance and subliminal messages in mass media.

    The film stars Keith David, Meg Foster and professional wrestler Roddy Piper.

    An unemployed drifter named "Nada" (Roddy Piper) finds construction work in Los Angeles, and befriends fellow worker Frank Armitage (Keith David), who leads him to a local shantytown soup kitchen. There, Nada notices strange activity around the church; a blind preacher loudly chastising others to wake up, a police helicopter scouts them overhead, and a drifter (George Buck Flower) complains that his TV signal is continually interrupted by a man warning everyone about those in power. Nada discovers the nearby church is a front: the choir is actually an audio recording and the building is filled with scientific equipment and cardboard boxes. Nada finds a box hidden in the wall but escapes when the preacher catches him. At night, police bulldoze the shantytown. Nada returns in the morning to find the church empty, but with the hidden box still there. In an alley, he opens the box and finds dozens of sunglasses. Taking one, he hides the box of remaining sunglasses in a garbage can.

    Nada discovers the sunglasses are special; after putting on a pair, he sees the world in black and white and discovers it's not what it seems. Media and advertising hide constant totalitarian commands to obey and conform. Many in authority and wealthy are actually humanoid aliens with skull-like faces. In a grocery store Nada confronts an alien woman, who then speaks into her wristwatch notifying others about him. Two alien police officers try to apprehend Nada but he kills them, taking their guns. He goes on a shooting spree, looking for aliens in a bank. He sees one vanish using its wristwatch. Nada escapes, destroying an alien flying camera and taking Holly Thompson (Meg Foster), a Cable 54 assistant director, hostage. At her hill-top home, Nada tries to convince her of the truth. He also begins suffering headaches from using the glasses. Holly does not believe him and, catching him unaware, knocks him through a window and calls the police. Nada tumbles down a steep hillside and escapes, leaving his belongings behind.

    Nada returns to the alley, where he finds the garbage can, where he hid the other glasses, empty. He sees and enters a nearby garbage truck, where he discovers and saves the box. Frank meets him to give him his paycheck and tells Nada—now considered a wanted man—to stay away. Nada fights with Frank in a long battle, trying to force him to put on a pair of sunglasses. Finally, Frank puts them on and sees the truth. The two rent a hotel room to discuss their predicament. Gilbert (Peter Jason), a member of the shantytown, discovers them and notifies them about a secret meeting with other activists.

    There, Nada and Frank are given contact lenses to replace their glasses. They learn from the bearded man's broadcast that the aliens control Earth as their third world, depleting its resources and causing global warming before moving on to other planets. The aliens use a signal to camouflage themselves; destroying its source will allow everyone on Earth to see their true form. Frank is given an alien wristwatch, a complex radio and teleportation device. Holly appears, apparently joining the cause before apologizing to Nada. However, the police suddenly attack the meeting, killing anyone in sight, while Nada and Frank are cornered fighting their way out. Frank accidentally opens a temporary portal by throwing the watch, through which the two jump into a network of underground passages.

    The two find the aliens in a grand hall celebrating with their elite human collaborators. The homeless drifter from earlier, now a well-dressed collaborator, believes the two to be collaborators as well. He takes them on a tour of the passages, revealed to link the alien society, including a space travel port. A further passage leads to the basement of Cable 54 station, the source of the signal. The two then launch an attack through the building to find the broadcaster on the roof, before meeting Holly and taking her along. As Nada climbs to the signal broadcaster, disguised as a satellite dish, Holly kills Frank. Revealed to be a collaborator, she takes aim at Nada and persuades him to stop as an alien police helicopter hovers overhead. Nada complies by dropping his weapon, but then retrieves a hidden pistol from his sleeve and kills her. He then shoots and destroys the broadcaster before being killed by the aliens, giving them the finger as his last gesture. With the signal destroyed, humans discover the aliens in their midst.

  • Historic Interview with Aaron Russo, Fig...
    by George Freund on April 18, 2012 at 9:46 PM
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    Hollywood director Russo goes in-depth for first time on the astounding admissions of Nick Rockefeller, including his prediction of 9/11 and the war on terror hoax, the Rockefeller's creation of women's lib, and the elite's ultimate plan for world population reduction and a microchipped society Aaron Russo joins Alex Jones for a fascinating sit-down in depth video interview on a plethora of important subjects. Aaron begins by describing how the draconian and mafia tactics of Chicago police woke him up to the fact that America wasn't free after his nightclub was routinely raided and he was forced to pay protection money. Aaron and Alex then cover a broad range of topics including the private run for profit federal reserve, Aaron's experience in the late 80's with the IRS when they retroactively passed laws to punish silver and gold traders, the real meaning of the word "democracy," what really happened on 9/11 and Aaron's relationship with Nick Rockefeller, who personally tried to recruit him on behalf of the CFR. Aaron also relates how Rockefeller told him that the elite created women's liberation to destroy the family and how they want to ultimately microchip and control the entire population. Rockefeller also told before 9/11 Russo that an unexpected "event" would catalyze the U.S. to invade Afghanistan and Iran.

    by George Freund on April 4, 2015 at 9:04 PM
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    Flyboys is a 2006 British-American war drama film set during World War I, starring James Franco, Martin Henderson, Jean Reno, Jennifer Decker, David Ellison, Abdul Salis, Philip Winchester, and Tyler Labine. It was directed by Tony Bill, a pilot and aviation enthusiast. The screenplay about men in aerial combat was written by Phil Sears, Blake T. Evans and David S. Ward with the screen story by Blake T. Evans. Themes of friendship, racial prejudice, revenge and love are also explored in the film.

    The film follows the enlistment, training, and combat experiences of a group of young Americans who volunteer to become fighter pilots in the Lafayette Escadrille, the 124th air squadron formed by the French in 1916. The squadron consisted of five French officers and 38 American volunteers who wanted to fly and fight in World War I during the main years of the conflict, 1914?1917, before the United States later joined the war against the Central Powers. The film ends with an epilogue that relates each film character to the real-life Lafayette Escadrille figure on whom the movie was based.


    Prior to America's entrance into World War I, a group of young Americans go to France, for different personal reasons, to fight in the French Air Service, L'Aéronautique militaire. One of them, Blaine Rawlings, faced with the foreclosure of his family ranch in Texas, decides to enlist after seeing a newsreel of aerial combat in France. Dilettante Briggs Lowry joins because of his overbearing father. African-American boxer Eugene Skinner, who had been accepted as an athlete in France, was motivated to "pay back" his adopted country. Beagle, a notorious thief, burglar and mugger, evades capture due to a tip off about his arrest and leaves America for France, believing that even criminals are forgiven if he registers in the French Army. Porter, a former Church pastor suffering dwindling churchgoers, decides to enlist to become a chaplain, and Jamie, frustrated by American neutrality, decides to join the war. These American recruits are under the command of French Captain Georges Thenault, while the veteran fighter ace Reed Cassidy, a fellow American, a womanizer, drunkard and traumatized ace pilot, takes over as their mentor.

    During their training, each pilot struggles with the demanding flying; later, they have to face the aerial dogfights that dominate the front line missions. Rawlings meets a young woman named Lucienne whom he courts despite her hesitations about his risky profession. [N 1]

    On their first mission to escort two bombers to attack a German ammunition depot, the rookie pilots are ambushed by Germans and two are killed while flying; Jamie is forced to make an emergency landing. While on the ground Jamie is strafed and killed by the German ace The Black Falcon, who returns to altitude and is met by the more chivalrous German pilot Franz Wolferd who shakes his head in disapproval.

    During a later battle, Rawlings' single machine gun jams; while he tries to clear the jam, Wolferd—the pilot whom he had been chasing prior to the jam—gets him in his sights. As Rawlings closes his eyes to await the end, Wolferd fires a short burst, not striking the American or his plane. The German ace then flies beside Rawlings, before saluting and banking away toward home, sparing his opponent's life. Jensen who is shot in the neck and horrified by the deaths of his fellow pilots goes into shock and is kept from flying for some time. Many days later, Beagle is discovered by French officials for his criminal record in the U.S., after Lowry suspects him of being a spy. Rawlings convinces Beagle to reveal his crime instead of being executed for espionage. It is revealed that Beagle, while in debt to a bookie, attempted to rob a bank with a toy gun. His fellow pilots decide to allow him to fly again.

    Rawlings attempts to repay the debt on another day, when French civilians, assisted by French and British soldiers, are being strafed by German fighters. During the fight he has Wolferd in the perfect position to shoot him down. He lets the German go, but when Wolferd dives after another American, Rawlings is forced to chase and kill him. Soon after, Beagle is shot down and his right hand gets stuck in his plane, after he crashes in the middle of a trench battle. Rawlings lands and risks his life against German fire to save him. Rawlings is forced to amputate Beagle's arm to free him from the wreckage. After this, Rawlings is alarmed to learn that German forces are going to invade Lucienne's village. Despite others disapproving of his conduct, they let him go. He single-handedly rescues Lucienne and her two nephews and niece. During his escape with Lucienne she is shot but survives. He returns to base, and instead of being arrested for his misconduct, he is praised by their Commander and awarded with a medal due to his courage.

    During an attack on a German Zeppelin, Porter dies after his plane is shot down by enemy pilots. Reed Cassidy is mortally wounded by the Black Falcon but, as his final act, destroys the Zeppelin by crashing into it. Rawlings reunites with Lucienne before she leaves for Paris. Before Rawlings leaves for another battle, his plane is presented with an eagle, Cassidy's former insignia, and Rawlings is promoted to Commander. Their next mission is to escort four bombers which are being sent to bomb the same supply depot from the first mission. Beagle joins the group, presenting a hook in place of his hand, and forgives Rawlings for amputating it. A few of the American pilots are killed, including Briggs Lowry, who shoots himself with his sidearm rather than be burned alive in his stricken plane. Nevertheless, the mission is a success and the German supply depot is bombed.

    Upon returning from the bombing mission, Rawlings takes off again to exact revenge on the Black Falcon. He is followed soon after by Jensen, who has recovered from his shock and saves Rawlings. During the final battle, despite having jammed guns and being wounded, Rawlings evades his enemy and fatally shoots the Black Falcon with his pistol. Rawlings and three other pilots (Jensen, Skinner, and Beagle) survive the encounter and return to base.

    The closing credits tells the fate of the remaining group members. Jensen flew for the rest of the war and returned to Nebraska and received a hero's welcome. Skinner enlisted in the US Army but was kept from flying due to his race; he later joined the Airmail Service. Beagle married an Italian woman and started a flying circus. Rawlings never found Lucienne in Paris. Heartbroken, he built one of the largest ranches in Texas, but never flew again.

  • The World is a Coded Stage on Conspiracy...
    by George Freund on March 1, 2013 at 8:05 AM
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    Another show salvaged from That Channel's archive. Join us February 26, 2013 as we shook the tree.

    Oscar Pistorius's aunt a serial killer profiler, UK Cardinal linked to Savile, Gay bomb drops on Vatican, Sequestration cuts across the board in the U.S., Obama has secret tete a tete with press, Executive Order gives INTERPOL diplomatic immunity, Will there be a gold run on we the people's gold? Is that the real reason for gun control? Gold storage company dumps American customers, Gold to fall sans crisis, When has there not been a crisis? Fed NY a little short on bars, Eurozone decline, Britain downgraded, Sooner or later the pound will CRACK and the markets will TUMBLE, Japan at the cusp, Iceland recovers, One People's Public Trust and Uniform Commercial Code, Edward Gorey Google Doodle, Boy Wonder killed in Batman a dark omen, Russia shows its teeth, Putin goes to church, U.S. studies Chinese tunnels. On Conspiracy Cafe the World is a Coded Stage.

    by George Freund on July 9, 2014 at 6:07 PM
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    It's in 11 parts on You Tube. It is complete and well worth the effort.


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    The Satan Bug is a 1965 science fiction film directed by John Sturges that features George Maharis and Anne Francis. It was loosely adapted from Alistair MacLean's 1962 novel of the same name. It also features a soundtrack by the prolific composer of movie scores, Jerry Goldsmith.


    Lee Barrett, a former intelligence agent discharged for his outspoken views, now a private investigator, is approached by a man representing a political organization opposed to the use of bioweapons with a tempting offer to join their cause. His refusal proves to be the correct response, as the man is an impersonator sent by his former boss Eric Cavanaugh to test his loyality. Barrett is asked by Cavanaugh to investigate the murder of the security chief of Station Three — a top-secret bioweapons laboratory in the desert of Southern California — and the disappearance of its director, Dr. Baxter. As soon as they arrive at the station, Barrett uncovers evidence suggesting that despite the appearance of a break-in, the intruders had got in with inside help.

    As they wait for a time lock on the sealed lab to open, they are advised by another lab scientist, Dr. Gregor Hoffman, to seal the lab using concrete. Hoffman informs them that there are two lethal bioweapons in the lab, a lethal strain of botulinus that oxidizes eight hours after its release, and a recently developed virus that he calls the "Satan Bug", which could kill all life on Earth in a matter of months.

    Determined to discover what happened in the room, Barrett after taking extreme cautions enters to discover Dr. Baxter dead and the vials containing the "Satan Bug" and 1200 grams of botulinus missing.

    Summoned by a mysterious telegram, Barrett drives to a nearby hotel, where he has a surprise reunion with his old flame Ann, the daughter of his superior, General Williams, who has flown in from Washington to supervise the investigation. Ann, who still has feelings for Barrett and vice versa, admits to sending the telegram, adding that she has been assigned to him as his partner. At her father's home, Barrett's speculation to him and Anne that a lunatic with a messiah complex is behind the theft is confirmed by a telegram threatening to release the viruses unless Station Three is destroyed.

    Still suspecting that the thieves were aided by someone on the inside, Barrett along with Anne discovers that another scientist from the station who may have been the person involved is dead, his body lying in his swimming pool. A phone call to the scientist's home intercepted by Barrett reveals the name Charles Reynolds Ainsley, a reclusive millionaire crackpot who fits the profile and who quickly becomes the focus of the investigation.

    After a demonstration incident in Florida proves the thieves' willingness to use the botulinus, General Williams receives a call in the presence of Barrett, Anne, and Cavenaugh threatening to release more of the toxin in Los Angeles County unless Station Three is closed. The caller cuts himself off before he can be traced, but not before confirming that he is Charles Reynolds Ainsley.

    Pursuing a police report, Barrett and Ann visit the location where a car broke down and was left abandoned during the evening of the theft. Barrett deduces that the driver was involved and with Ann's help locates an airtight steel box containing the missing vials in a nearby stream, only to be confronted by two armed men, the thieves themselves. Barrett and Ann are taken with the box to the home of Dr. Hoffman, the other conspirator in the theft.

    Hoffman decides to take them hostage, but they are being followed by security agents. It comes out that Veritti and Donald, the two thugs working with Hoffman, had hidden some vials with a time activating device somewhere in Los Angeles. At some point, the flask containing the "Satan Bug" is separated from the others by Hoffman, leaving the rest with Veritti and Donald along with the hostages, despite an attempt by Barrett and Ann to overpower them. Soon the henchmen realize that they are being shadowed by two agents in a car.

    After a confrontation at an abandoned gas station, Veritti and Donald decide to lock the two agents along with Barrett and Anne in the garage. Realizing that the thugs intend to kill them, Barrett convinces them to take Anne with them as a hostage, and as they do they shatter one of the vials. Though both agents are killed, Barrett escapes by forcing an exit, setting the room afire as he does so. After an unsuccessful attempt to radio for help, he stops a passing car being driven by Hoffman who has pulled a double cross on his own men. Barrett makes a deal to learn the location of the flasks in Los Angeles in return for the closure of Station Three.

    Barrett is aware by now that Hoffman is Ainsley himself. As they drive to Los Angeles, they hear a radio announcement reporting the closure of Station Three (which Barrett knows is false, having arranged it earlier). Later they are intercepted by men revealing themselves as fellow agents, and after arresting Ainsley, they take him and Barrett in their car towards Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Veritti and Donald are killed at a roadblock while trying to escape, the flasks they are carrying are safely retrieved, and Anne is rescued and reunited with her father, who assures her that Barrett may still be alive, his body not found with those of the other two agents.

    Barrett himself has realized that the "agents" driving him and Ainsley are actually more of Ainsley's men, on their way to rendezvous with a helicopter he observes flying above them. After single-handedly taking them down, he again confronts Ainsley who threatens to break the flask containing the "Satan Bug", telling Barrett that he waited to steal the virus until the vaccine could be isolated, which is why Baxter and the other scientist were murdered.

    Now that the vaccine is in his blood, Ainsley is immune. He declares his willingness to destroy the world and then live on in it alone rather than give up the power he holds. The helicopter lands, flown by another of Ainsley's men. Again an uneasy deal is made between Barrett and Ainsley, and they fly off in the helicopter, eventually finding themselves above Los Angeles as it is being evacuated. Down below, Anne, General Williams, and Cavanaugh figure out from a cryptic doodle left by Veritti that the other vials are hidden at the Los Angeles baseball stadium in and send a team of agents and police to find them. During an intense search, the vials are discovered hidden in the ice of a concession stand, attached to a bomb.

    Above, Barrett grimly notes that the helicopter is flying past Los Angeles and starts bickering with Ainsley again. Sensing trouble, the pilot quietly sets the helicopter on auto and starts to pull out his gun. Seeing this, Barrett fights with the pilot who tries to throw him out out of the helicopter, only to be thrown out instead. Barrett is in danger of falling out after him, but manages to hold on long enough to pull himself back to safety. Ainsley, having been stunned during the fight, has dropped the vial which starts to tumble out of the helicopter, but at the last second Barrett grabs it. Having served as an army rescue helicopter pilot, Barrett successfully takes over the controls, then covers Ainsley with a gun, pointing out that he has nothing to bargain with now. Ainsley throws himself out of the helicopter rather than reveal the location of the missing vials, unaware that they had been located by the authorities and are now disarmed. After contacting Ann and her father, Barrett prepares to land with the vial containing the "Satan Bug", ironically commenting that they are now back to where they started.

    by George Freund on January 26, 2012 at 11:38 AM
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    The Brotherhood of the Bell is a 1970 made-for-television movie produced by Cinema Center 100 Productions and starring Glenn Ford. The director Paul Wendkos was nominated in 1971 by the Directors Guild of America for "outstanding directorial achievement in television." David Karp wrote the screenplay based on his novel that had been previously filmed as a Studio One episode in 1958.

    The film depicts a successful economics professor, Dr. Andrew Patterson, who discovers that an elite fraternity he joined as an undergraduate is really a callous banking and business cabal that obtains wealth and power for its members through nefarious practices.

    Twenty-two years after his initiation into a secret society known as the "Brotherhood of the Bell" or "the Bell", Dr. Andrew (Andy) Patterson (Glenn Ford) is requested to be the "senior" of a new initiate, Phillip Everest Dunning (Robert Pine). The initiation takes place in "the secret chamber of the bell" in the Beta Epsilon Lambda fraternity house of St. George College in San Francisco at sunrise. Patterson is coldly greeted by the house proctor Weber, who directs him to the library where he meets his "senior" Chad Harmon (Dean Jagger) of San Francisco, a member for forty years. The initiation takes place before a large bell in the center of a compass rose set into the floor. Phillip Dunning had been studying the articles and letters of the Brotherhood since midnight. He is then instructed by Harmon to give them to him to be destroyed. He is sworn to secrecy, and he takes his appropriate place at the east compass point with Harmon at the south point, Patterson at the west point, and Weber at the north point. He is reminded that he will be given an assignment or "due bill" at some indeterminate time in the future, and instructed that he is obliged to carry it out without question. The four men recite the oath of loyalty and secrecy and end by tolling the bell.

    As they leave the fraternity house Chad Harmon gives Patterson a business card with an address written on it, telling him to stop by there before he takes the return flight to Los Angeles. In a parting conversation with his new junior Phillip Dunning, he makes the point of telling him that they are not only part of the establishment but "the" establishment.

    Patterson arrives at the address on the business card, a mansion that appears unoccupied – the furniture is covered with drop cloths to protect against dust. A tall gray-haired man asks him for the card, and hands him two envelopes. A legal envelope contains his assignment, and a large manila envelope contains materials that assist in carrying out the assignment. Patterson is told to open them one hour after leaving the mansion.

    Chad Harmon is being seated for luncheon when Patterson is ushered in. When the two of them are alone, Patterson tells Harmon his assignment: to ensure that a colleague at his institute, Dr. Constantine Horvathy (Eduard Franz), declines a deanship of the College of Linguistics in the eastern United States. The manila envelope contains photostatted dossiers of men and women in a Communist nation who helped Horvathy to defect to the West. Patterson is instructed to send the dossiers to the embassy of that nation if Horvathy refuses to comply.

    Horvathy is a dear friend of Patterson and his wife, and Patterson is reticent to carry out the assignment. Harmon tries to calm Patterson by advising him to appeal to Horvathy on a personal level, which might eliminate the need for blackmail. Patterson agrees, returns to Los Angeles and meets Dr. Horvathy just before an evening scholarly presentation.

    Dr. Horvathy does not agree to comply with Patterson's request, and demands reasons why he should do so. Patterson hands him the dossiers, which terrify Horvathy. Later that evening, Horvathy commits suicide.

    Patterson and his wife, Vivian (Rosemary Forsyth), are awakened by the police. Patterson was the last person to see Horvathy alive, and the police want to question him. When the police leave, Patterson tells his wife the real reason Horvathy committed suicide. Vivian suggests that Patterson see her father, Harry Masters (Maurice Evans), and ask his advice.

    Masters and Patterson meet with Thaddeus Burns, whom Masters says is an agent of the Federal Security Services (the film's fictional version of the FBI). They meet in what Burns calls a "cover office". Burns persuades Patterson to surrender materials related to the Horvathy incident, and Patterson complies. When he hears nothing more after several days, Patterson returns to the office of the Federal Security Services. Agent Shepherd (Dabney Coleman) tells Patterson that there is no agent "Thaddeus Burns", and that there is no record of Patterson's report to the FSS with information on the Brotherhood of the Bell. Shepherd questions Harry Masters, but Masters denies having taken Patterson to see Burns, and tells him that Patterson is emotionally disturbed and requires psychiatric help.

    When Patterson returns to Harry Masters' home, he finds Masters in his study with a psychiatrist. Patterson angrily accuses Masters of lying. Patterson later learns that his entire department at the college will be dissolved due to a sudden cancellation of grant support. Patterson is also blacklisted so that he cannot attain another position elsewhere as a professor. The strain of these events takes a toll, and Vivian leaves him. Patterson realizes that everything he has had – career, success, marriage – for the past 22 years had been given to him because he was a member of the Brotherhood.

    Patterson holds a press conference in which he discloses the existence of the Brotherhood of the Bell, and reveals his assignment that led to Horvathy's death. Chad Harmon publicly denies his claims, and the district attorney refuses to investigate due to lack of credible evidence.

    Patterson's father (Will Geer), a road construction contractor, is ruined by a sudden audit of his company's books. The elder Patterson suffers a stroke in a confrontation with Harry Masters, and dies shortly thereafter.

    Patterson becomes a crusader to expose and destroy the Brotherhood of the Bell. He appears on a local television talk show whose host (William Conrad) conducts an on-air forum. Since Patterson alleges a conspiracy, two conspiracy theorists in the forum embellish Patterson's claims with paranoid nonsense. The show host humiliates Patterson on the air by denouncing him as part of a lunatic fringe. Patterson attacks the host physically and is led off to jail.

    Help comes from an unexpected quarter when his friend Dr. Fielder bails him out of jail and allows him to stay at his home. Fielder encourages Patterson to find another brother of the Bell to come forward with him. Patterson can only think of his own junior, Phillip Dunning. He flies to San Francisco and confronts Dunning in his dorm room early in the morning. Feeling he has failed to convince Dunning, he dejectedly returns to the airport. As he walks down a deserted corridor, he hears footsteps running towards him. It is Dunning, who is willing to return to Los Angeles with Patterson to help him expose the Brotherhood.

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